Letters

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Email letters, Sept. 21, 2011

By Staff

Oil and gas industry is doing fine Rep. Scott Tipton shouldn’t be using the economy as political football just to give more handouts to the oil and gas industry. The simple truth is that we can have both responsible energy development ...


Printed letters, September 21, 2011

By Staff

Do Mesa County elections produce private files to be shared only with partisan Democratic and Republican appointees? Is Mesa’s election information so secret for insiders that the press, Libertarians and unaffiliated voters must be ...


Email letters, Sept. 20, 2011

By Staff

Remember to say thank you Thank you, Dr. Grant Geske. Often times we forget to acknowledge people with a simple thank you for the service they provide. Dr. Geske was my eye doctor and I trusted him with my eyes completely. I told him once ...


Printed letters, Sept. 20, 2011

By Staff

Recent events make it clear that we must change the management of our country. We all know we’re too deeply in debt, and that the present government (both parties) won’t do anything about it. We all know that we cannot afford the ...


Email letters, Sept. 19, 2011

By Staff

More spending is not the answer Many of President Obama’s economic advisors were former professors, like him. They never worked in the real world, but in the past three years they got a chance to test out their theories. The result is ...


Printed letters, Sept. 18, 2011

By Staff

The Sept. 13 article on airport land leases did not mention two specific items. First is that the airport authority, not state law or FAA rules and regulations, determines land lease policy. That policy used to include a new lease with the ...


Printed letters, Sept. 16, 2011

By Staff

HR 1351 would help save Postal Service The United States Postal Service has been in the news lately, with stories of doom and despair on how the Postal Service is broke. Many offices in the valley (Palisade, Clifton, Fruita and Whitewater) ...


Email letters, Sept. 15, 2011

By Staff

Congress raided Social Security into insolvency In a recent Daily Sentinel editorial about Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s calling Social Security a Ponzi scheme, I wish the Sentinel had pointed out that the original concept was sound. ...


Printed letters, Sept. 15, 2011

By Staff

The number of acres available for recreation is shrinking. This is attributable to the requirements mandated by federal laws requiring the land management agencies to regulate impact to these lands. The cost and time involved to complete ...


Email letters, Sept. 14, 2011

By Staff

Stereotype of tea part is incorrect In response to the letter from E. Michael Ervin printed on Sept. 13 concerning the Tea part. I feel Mr. Ervin made several points (accusations?) that need to be rebutted. First off, I do consider myself to ...


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